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mitt romney took 6 out of the 10 contests especially in ohio. mitt romney is taking 38 percent santorum coming in second with 37 percent. >> and then another call coming in. this one from alaska. romney winning alaska. this was the last one to come in at 33 percent. santorum 29 percent. coming in second. earlier in the night romney claims victory with paul coming in second. 40 percent verses -- if we could bring that back up, vermont. and we will move on to virginia for you. ron paul came in second in virginia where rick santorum and gingrich fail to do qualify for the ballot in virginia. ron at 60 percent paul at 40 percent. >> vermont romney got 40, paul got 35 percent. in igingrich finishing hath there. >> massachusetts up next mitt romney taking that with 72 percent santorum with 12 percent. >> rick santorum took three states for the night. >> oklahoma leaving romney and gingrich to battle for second place. as you can see in tennessee santorum beating out gingrich and -- santorum takes it. leighing romney and paul battling for second place. >> now to the candidates and thei
of a campaign of the states we're already impacting the national debate on a scale all of romney's ad money hasn't achieved because ideas matter. and the threat to principles matter. the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverb skptz deep belief that without vision, the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader prepared to talk about a dramatic better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a safer, stronger america. i think that is the key to winning this fall. not all of this pet petty bologna but big choices. and as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline and having folks saying that that is not possible, then, finally on saturday, in the "wall street journal" there is a piece entitled newt gingrich is right about gasoline. you walk through step by step why it was possible. and then, the fact is that it is very possible. and then, yesterday steven moore reported numbers are so amazing and the fact that i want to talk about substance is what makes this different from other campaign skptz reason we're going to go to tampa.
on a scale all of romney's ad money hasn't achieved because ideas matter. and the threat to principles matter. the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverb skptz deep belief that without vision, the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader prepared to talk about a dramatic better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a safer, stronger america. i think that is the key to winning this fall. not all of this pet petty bologna but big choices. and as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline and having folks saying that that is not possible, then, finally on saturday, in the "wall street journal" there is a piece entitled newt gingrich is right about gasoline. you walk through step by step why it was possible. and then, the fact is that it is very possible. and then, yesterday steven moore reported numbers are so amazing and the fact that i want to talk about substance is what makes this different from other campaign skptz reason we're going to go to tampa. we need at a time of great problems great solutions and great solutio
romney's money hasn't been able to achieve because ideas matter. [cheers and applause] the reagan tradition of visionary conserveatism was based on proverb and it is very deep belief that without vision, the people perish. and i believe teawe need a visionary leader who is prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more job, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall, want all this petty baloney, but the really big choices. as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having the elite media saying, no, that's not possible. on saturday, "the wall street journal," there is a piece, newt gingrich is right about gasoline. he walked through step by step why it was possible. and the fact is, it is very possible. [cheers and applause] and then, yesterday steven moore, reporter in the wall street journal, these numbers are so amazing and the fact that i am willing to talk about substance is what make this is campaign different from other camr campaigns and is the reason we are going t
'm the one candidate who has the ability to debate barack obama decisively. >> mitt romney, rick santorum, and newt gingrich each putting their spin on how they did in last night's super tuesday races. the state everyone was watching, though, ohio. it spent a good part of the night in the too close to call, but at 12:30 eastern time this morning, called romney the apparent winner in a one-point close shave over santorum. we'll explain what that means. it remains the apparent category because ohio averages a 3% uncounted election night vote even when at 99% reporting. then just before 4:00 a.m. eastern time, nbc news declared romney the projected winner in alaska's republican caucus. romney also won big in the idaho caucuses. and he took massachusetts, vermont, and virginia. rick santorum countered last night with primary victories in oklahoma and tennessee. he also won the north dakota caucuses and newt gingrich also chalked up a win with 47% of the vote in his home state of georgia. the former house speaker is vowing to fight on with primaries next week in alabama and mississippi. in all
romney with 31% and similar survey taken last year had santorum seven points ahead. rasmussen has santorum 42% and romney at 24%. clearly romney has the big mo. for an unique perspective of the ohio g.o.p. primary and the issues most relevant to ohioans let's go to dayton and it's mayor, welcome into the "the war room." we're glad to have you. >> thank you. >> are dayton voters emblematic of what ohio voters are thinking? >> well, the reality is i'm actually an independent. i consider myself to be representative of about 80% of the people. and most people that i've talked to are sick of the circus that the politician versus created for themselves. >> so as far as the lay of the land on the ground in ohio, obviously the independents are going to be key, are they going to be able to vote in the republican primary? >> they have to declare--as i said, i'm actually an independent. if i wish to vote in the republican primary, then i have to declare and then i get labeled with a big fat "r" next to my name. the fact is independents can't vote in the primary. and if it people want to send
you, polls closed about an hour ago. mitt romney has won the state of illinois, mitt romney the projected winner in that state. the latest results we have right now are 19% in, mitt romney 54% of the vote, rick santorum, 28% of the vote, ron paul 9% of the vote, newt gingrich, 7% of the vote. we'll be watching those percentages in the rankings of the other candidates as the percentages of the vote increases. this is exciting. this is election night. republicans in the great state of illinois making big consequential decisions whether to punch their ballot for mitt romney, rick santorum, ron paul or newt gingrich. actually, that's not the way it has worked at all. have you seen what the ballot looks like that republicans were using tonight in illinois? it's different in every county, but this is representative. let's put up the macon county ballot. if you're going to vote in illinois and you're voting in macon county, which is right in the middle of the state, if you want mitt romney to be president, you can indicate you want mitt romney to be president of the united states,
." the republican race for the white house moves to the deep south, posing new challenges for mitt romney. >>> also a raw look at the horror unfolding in syria. we previewed the upcoming cnn documentary "72 hours under fire." >>> plus an african warlord accused of unspeakable atrocities. now a viral video is calling for his capture, tens of millions of people have already watched it. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." rk vk -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> all that coming up, but now we get the latest on the kansas republican caucuses. >> i'm don lemon at the cnn newsroom. kansas takes the spotlight in the republican race today. cnn is projecting that rick santorum has won the kansas caucuses. here's the totals here, check them out with nearly all the caucus votes counted, santorum won easily there. he has 51%. romney has a distant second at 21%. kansas is a conservative state with a strong evangelical vote, both playing to santorum's strengths. we bring in chief political correspondent candy crowley jo
am asking for to you pledge your support at mitt romney.com. get online. we need your voice and your vote in this campaign. i am asking to you join in the fight for our freedom and insure that tomorrow will be better than today. let's go forward together and restore the promise of america, together. let's fight for the america we love. thank you and god bless this great land. god bless the united states of america. thank you, guys! >> megyn: mitt romney at his campaign headquarters tonight in boston, massachusetts, a state he won handily, over 70%. and you can see the adoration of the crowd there that has showed up to celebrate that victory. governor romney, being introduced as he often is by his wife, ann, who came out and talked about what women care about in this country, saying it's jobs that has been in the news, virtually every day for the past week, on other subjects. she is saying that women care about jobs, the debt, entitlement debt. i want to clarify something we heard earlier that governor romney and senator santorum had not called each other, saying there was nothing to
if this drags on much longer. that's why i think we need to coalesce aroundern mitt romney and focus on the big task at hand which is defeating barack obama in the fall. >> ben is, basically paul ryan is saying it would be counterproductive not to endorse mitt romney. >> you know, he actually not in that clip but he did say one important thing earlier. he said i didn't support bob dole and john mccain, i am supporting romney. romney is a real conservative. it was not the most whole hearted blessing but it was a real blessing. >> i guess i wonder how much in the end this helps. i mean, we can talk about wisconsin and how that's going to help him or not help him in the state on tuesday. broadly speaking, sam, we have -- there have been a few endorsements this week, jeb bush, we have george h.w. bush, jim demint putting a stamp of approval on romney. chris cillizza makes the case these matter more for mitt romney than any of the wins in the primaries coming up. >> i think that's the case. everyone in the republican establishment is behind the idea romney will be their candidat
, capturing 49% of the vote. mitt romney came in a distant second with 27%. newt gingrich's southern roots, it didn't help him in this state. he got just 16% of the vote. ron paul trailed the pack with 6%. louisiana hands out its 20 delegates proportionately, and santorum walks away with half of them. >> thank you very much. you have come through, and come through in a big way. and on behalf of my family, and all the people up here who have gathered with us tonight here in green bay, wisconsin, just let me thank you for making a very clear and crisp statement. and that is that you don't believe as the pundits have said that this race is over. you didn't get the memo that the rest -- [ cheers and applause ] >> but santorum's convincing win in louisiana doesn't do much to change the delicate map. mitt romney has 568 delegates. more than double santorum's count. gingrich has 137. and paul has won just 71 delegates. so a big catch-up game for rick santorum in the weeks ahead. let's go to new orleans right now. mary mat elin, good to see you. i love the bright colors there. does santorum's win,
of the bay state, massachusetts. mitt romney, our projected victor there as he is in the neighboring state of vermont. commonwealth of virginia, as well, in the romney column tonight. georgia was our first call of the night for native son, long time member of congress and house speaker newt gingrich. and then this, of course, is tonight's big prize. too close to call at this hour. this one could go late. the state of ohio, oklahoma, too early to call is the way we have it between santorum and romney. ditto, tennessee. too early to call. though you see the percentagewise, santorum with a big lead. so early on, and, again, some big ones yet to know, a good night in the romney column. let's check in at romney headquarters in boston. peter alexander with us from there tonight. hey, peter, good evening. >> reporter: hey, brian, good evening to you. you can hear the music blairbla here and the crowd has been shouting as each state goes up into the win column tonight. they recognize states win headlines, delegates win the nomination. that remains their focus over the course of this evening. they'
gingrich edged out romney for second place by just under 2,000 votes of the more than 600,000 cast. and just before 11:00 p.m. eastern time, an even tighter race in mississippi was called for santorum who took in 33% of the vote there. newt gingrich and then mitt romney followed with 31% and 30% respectively. and just within the hour, nbc news declared mitt romney the projected winner in the hawaii caucuses. won 40% of the vote, defeating rick santorum by 20 points. good morning, everyone, a live look at time square on this wednesday morning. it's march 14th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark haleprin. we have national affairs editor for "new york" magazine john heilemann. "game change" boys. and former chairman of the republican national committee, michael steele. perfect morning to have you all onboard. willie, hello. >> wow. >> a couple of things went down last night. we -- mitt lost to rick santorum and to newt. right? >> third place in both states. >> that's not good, michael. >> not good. and they keep cry
from alabama, we're expecting to hear mitt romney first, rick santorum second, newt gingrich. we are hearing for mississippi, one, mitt romney, 80, newt gingrich, third, rick santorum. they love the fact that they are competitive in the south. with these results, they have answered the question of whether or results they have into the questions of whether they can persuade conservatives whether the south is so different from the rest of the united states that they will have trouble there. they argued this is a good sign of the muddle of argument. the south is looking a little bit like the rest of the country. romney is off the will road for two days, but the next time we see him, if you are the green bay packers, you do not just feel confident, you act confident, and we will see romney looking like an nominee. they think that is where he is headed. they expect an uphill race against president obama. they are under no illusions, and they say they cannot wait. they think after getting the nominee, it will help him become a nominee. the more he focuses on obama, the more it marginal
you back here on monday. stick around for "the daily run down ". >>> mitt romney picks up key endorsements. rick santorum walks back some of his most controversial statements and newt gingrich digs in his heels. we are with the republican race as it takes a southern lap. brace yourselves. the house pass as jobs bill with support from both sides of the aisle. is this the beginning of a new partisanship? this is "the daily run down." developing news out of the labor department. the february report shows strong job growth for a third straight month but not enough to bring down the unemployment rate. it remained at 8.3% despite the addition of 227,000 jobs. the chief economist for moody's and probably the most often quoted economist on capitol hill. thank you for being on the program today. we saw about 8.3% growth. 200,000 jobs added. this is the fifth straight month of declining unemployment. the third straight month of job growth over 200,000. the last time we saw this run of consecutive growth was in early 2011 and that led to summer stagnation. is this going to continue on fo
-proclaimed senator racked up zero delegates in puerto rico sunday while mitt romney got a big boost in illinois. alisha, what we've seen here is that now, mitt romney has well over 10% of his lead just from these territories. what happened in puerto rico? >> i think the big story that everyone missed was governor luis fortuna calling out his troops. he scheduled his primary the same day as this presidential be primary meaning his entire party was showing up voting for mitt romney. what you now see romney doing is saying i won puerto rico. clearly i can doing well with latinos. just because you win the island of puerto rico doesn't mean su win puerto ricans in the i 4 corridor. >> jimmy, does this victory have any legs? >> not really. puerto ricans traditionally vote democratic. cuban-americans traditionally vote republican. you can't vote into an island and tell people they can't speak the language and expect to carry the people. so that's a problem for rick santorum. mitt romney did what he needed to do, fine. doesn't mean a hell of a lot. now we'll go to april and d.c., maryland and some of t
, the road ahead for mitt romney could be filled with big disappointments. >> now we move to alabama where mitt romney will lose. mississippi where mitt romney will lose. louisiana, where mitt romney will lose. >> plus, nothing lasts forever. >> thank you very much from the bottom of my heart. i truly have enjoyed being your quarterback. >> peyton manning fighting back the tears saying farewell to the indianapolis colts and a lot of fans this hour outraged. and the floodgates are far from closed. more advertisers rush away from the king of conservative radio. about you, a former ohm administration adviser is now comparing rush limbaughing to bill maher. is that a fair comparison? plus, were bill maher is now defending rush. i'm tamron hall. the "news nation" is follow og the loudest calls yet for newt gingrich to get out of the race and let the two front-runners battle it out. romney took seven states and the most delegates last night but barely won in ohio by just one point over rick santorum. despite spending four times as much money as his rivals in that state. santorum picked up victor
blitzer. wolf! >> don, thanks very much. happening now, mitt romney and the etch-a-sketch. an off hand remark goes viral. new ammunition. >> a hezbollah threat in the united states. one u.s. lawmaker says it is right here in the u.s. and the possibility of an attack, he says, is real. and broken toilets turn a 13-hour flight into a two-day odyssey leaving hundreds of passengers trapped in alaska. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> major new backing and a brewing new controversy for the republican presidential candidate mitt romney. he's picked up one of the most sought-after endorsements of the campaign, but a remark by one of his top aides is now threatening to overshadow it. our national political correspondent jim acosta is with romney who is holding a town hall meeting outside baltimore. jim, what happened? >> reporter: wolf, as you just mentioned mitt romney is about to hold a town hall meeting just outside of baltimore. the maryland primary is coming up in about a week and a half, but mitt romney can take comfort in the fac
their marketing plan. that cannot come soon enough. as for mitt romney late today he took this strong unequivocal stance saying, well, it's not the language i would have used. the guy who wants to be leader of the free world can't even stand up to rush llimbaugh. that is weak. and now for more on rush and the implications of the war on women, and other things, i'm joined by profession robert like the inside "the war room." >> i'm so impressed. >> we're glad to share tgif disposable recyclable-- >> i was expecting more. >> oh come on, this is "the war room." let's talk about rush for a moment. >> do we have to? >> just for a moment because i would like your perspective on a couple of things. one, you heard the discussion he was engaged in today just in that little clip about welfare. he was saying this was a new welfare program, and obviously you've done an awful lot in respect to inequality and supports that we don't have income disparity at the bottom. the interesting thing he calls providing contraceptives, it's from private employers sod hardly welfare, but he calls that welfare, and there is
>>> the votes are in. mitt romney wins a hotly contested ohio primary. but rick santorum racks up three super tuesday victories of his own. >> as it looks right now, we're going to get at least a couple of gold medals and a whole basket full of silver medals. >> i stand ready to lead our party, and i stand ready to lead our nation to prosperity. >>> pressing for peace. president obama takes on the gop candidates saying there's more time to find a solution to the iranian nuclear threat. >> those folks don't have a lot of responsibilities. they're not commander in chief. >>> and manning gets sacked in a cost cutting move shall the indianapolis colts will send the cost cutting move shall the indianapolis colts will send the star quarterback packing. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, march 7, 2012. >>> good morning everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. it is the morning after super tuesday and the one thing we know for sure, the slug-fest for the republican presidential nomination won't be over any time soon. they were toe to toe b
the occasions to attack mitt romney. welcome to hour two of "washington today" here on c-span radio. i'm steve scully. thanks for being with us. it is super tuesday. republican primaries in ten states. the president choosing to hold his news conference this year, the first of 2012, an event that the "washington examiner" writes guarantees republicans will not have the media spotlight to themselves for this news cycle. today on wall street a down day. the dow dropping more than 200 points. about 1.5% amid renewed concerns about the situation in greece and a slowdown in the overall u.s. economy. and the president accusing his republican critics of beating the war drums. but he says that's easy for them to do when they're not the commander in chief. at today's news conference the president saying that his critics are forgetting that the cost of war, and the impact that war has on those who fight the battles on the front line, and some republicans are pushing for tougher action against iran without realizing what the repercussions are. and today, the apec conference wrapping up here in washington,
tuesday prize where the former house speaker finished in the top two. mitt romney talked about this fierce fight ahead. and he did that on cnbc "squawk box." take a listen. >> we've got the time and the resources and a plan to get all the delegates. we think that will get done before the convention, but one thing i can tell you for sure is, there's not going to be a brokered convention where some new person comes in and becomes a nominee. it's going to be one of the four people that are still running. >> so let's bring in our panel, liz, editor for associated press, nbc senior political editor mark murray, bob schrum, adviser to bob kerrey, and it is great to have you all here as we have our super tuesday hangovers together. liz, let's talk to you first. mitt romney pulls off the upset in ohio. "the cincinnati enquirer" nailed it saying "romney takes ohio barely," it's like the fight of the century, but if we take a look at this map, santorum taking nearly every ohio county, what does this do to the perception that he can't close the deal? >> well, i think what's happened is that rick sant
'm gretchen carlson. thanks so much for sharing part of your day with us. mitt romney going 6-10 on super tuesday and has a message for president obama. >> i have a message. you have not failed. you have a president that's failed you. that's going to change. >> mitt romney not waking up this morning with a clear frontrunner. rick santorum proving this is still a two guy race. >> we're going to win a few. we're going to lose a few. but as it looks right now, we're going to get at least a couple of gold medals. and a whole bunch of silver medals. >> plus newt walking away with one victory last night but it's a big one and he's not going anywhere. >> there are lots of bunny rabbits that run through. i'm the tortoise. i take one step at a time. >> reminds me, did i feed my rabbit? we're breaking down all of the super tuesday results. "fox & friends" starts just about now. >> good morning, everyone. check out that map. there you have it. super tuesday results. mitt romney wins six states. ohio, alaska, virginia, idaho, massachusetts and vermont. >> yep. rick santorum only won three but it s
santorum on the campaign trail in illinois one day before the primary there. mitt romney at the university t and the u.s. economy. mitt romney winning in puerto rico over the weekend with its 20 delegates. now all roads lead to illinois tomorrow. a key primary battle in the road to the white house. welcome to hour one of "washington today" here on c-span radio. i'm steve scully. in france a massive man hunt is under way and the terrorism alert has been raised to a higher level across much of the southern part of the country. a man on a motorcycle this morning opening fire with two handguns today in front of a jewish school, killing a rabbi, his two young sons and a girl. >>> news on politics today as president obama picking up the pace of his fund raising for his re-election bid. his campaign collecting $45 million in february. nearly twice as much as the $23 million per month he averaged during the final three months of 2011. the president has $75 million in the bank through the end of january. we're going to be hearing a lot about the budget and the economy in the coming days. tomorrow c
talk about obama care and its impact on the economy and on fundamental freedoms, and mitt romney doesn't. it's because he can't because he supported government-run health care as governor of massachusetts. he supported a limitation on insurance products that are available, that you couldn't keep your insurance. he supported a mandate that required hospitals to be able to -- catholic hospitals to have provide morning after pills, $50 abortions, free abortions for lower income. all of the issues that are central on freedom and taxes and you know, governor romney financed the romney care bill through medicaid. not in massachusetts but across this country. medicaid dollars were used to pay for romney care. and of course we've seen now that romney care is $2 billion over budget where they had to increase taxes in order to pay for it. this was a disaster in massachusetts, and then heed that audacity to go out in 2009 and argue that barack obama follow his lead. unfortunately for the country, obama did, president obama did follow mitt romney's lead and adopted as devin pluf said yesterday the
? >> let's head to illinois. the voters hit the polls. a win for romney could cement his front-runner status. a santorum victory could boost that romney can't rally the conservative base. santorum is on the defensive over these comments he made in illinois yesterday. >> you need a candidate who is going to be a fight er for freedom, who is going to get up and make that the central theme in this race. it is the central theme in this race. i don't care what the unemployment rate is going to be. doesn't matter to me. my campaign doesn't hinge on unemployment rates. there's something more foundation going on here. >> okay. romney seized on that comment trying to capitalize on santorum's remarks. >> i'm concerned about the people out of work. one of the people running also for the republican nomination said he esn't care about the unemployment rate, that doesn't bother him. i do care. it bothers me. i want to get people back to work. i'm concerned about those out of work. one of the reasons i'm running is to get the expertise in place. get a strong economy. >> last night, santorum t
>> earlier in the politico live stream coverage we were talking about the romney strategy on the road ahead, they'rethey areo think rick santorum is on a fault error. 78785 server or more. some need 75% or more. is there still that x factor? >> if rick wins, that would give him something to appeal to keep going. romney can not put enough wins together to make it stop caring about rick santorum. you have to give rick santorum credit. he is unable to hang tough. they traded back -- he was able to hang tough. they have traded back and forth. rick santorum is here for a while. >> craig gordon, tell us something that is about to pop up on the site that is not on the site yet. >> i am not kidding when i say i am hoping we're going to get results very soon after 8:00. mitt romney has a story teed up. he has the story ready to go. >> you will get your ears on. we're talking to one of our white house reporters. i think you have a question for dodge. i will relay it to him. >> there was a your asking about foreign policy being a bigger issue in the campaign. we were talking about th
jon stewart takes a look at mitt romney's southern strategy of saying y'all, talking about grits, and hanging with jeff foxworthy. that clip coming up later in the show. first let's get to the news here at 30 rock in new york city. new protests broke out overnight in afghanistan as anger continues to build over the rogue u.s. army sniper alleged to have killed 16 afghan civilians early sunday in a door to door shooting spree about a mile from his military base. hundreds of students gathered today to call for the soldier's assassination. the massacre is reframing the debate inside the white house where some of the advisers reports are urging president obama to speed up the withdrawal of american forces from that country. today's "new york times" says one option under consideration would reduce the number of troops by an additional 20,000 or more by 2013. those talks have been underway to weeks, but given the new set back, some members of the administration feel the mission has reached the point of diminishing returns. no decision on troop levels have been made and both president o
, and romney is leading in delegate count. but no, nothing is inevitable. and i do appreciate that these men are continuing to duke it out in the arena of ideas and are allowing themselves to be vetted. thank you, gentlemen, who are running on the gop ticket. staying in there allowing yourselves to be vetted by the media because they didn't do it when barack obama ran. >> good morning, it's friday, march 9th. welcome to "morning joe." with us here in washington, msnbc "time" magazine senior analyst and the star of the red carpet, mark haleprin, also political editor and white house correspondent for the "huffington post" sam stein. katty kay and the great willie geist. he's up in new york. so mark, "game change" premiere washington last night, a huge event. tom cruise was there and julianne moore, all the big stars, but you were, of course, the biggest star. you and -- >> you said tom cruise, you meant tom hanks. >> did i say tom cruise? >> last time cruise was there and i missed him. >> tom hanks, tom cruise, come on, it's the same thing. >> it was a great event. hbo does things very well a
. >>> first, though, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. at 30 rock in new york city. >>> mitt romney heading into the illinois presidential primary on the heels of a weekend win on the isle of enchantment, puerto rico. according to the associated press, the former massachusetts governor won the u.s. territory with 83% of the vote after spending two days campaigning on the island last week, rick santorum came in a distant second with 8%. 83-8, romney takes home all of puerto rico's 20 delegates. that brings his total haul to 463 delegates. more than 270 more than santorum. the romney campaign is hoping it will help attract more of the latino vote moving forward. this is important because the santorum -- the romney campaign, i should say, it's all about delegates and math. the illinois primary a day away. the latest polls show romney with a slight lead over santorum in illinois. santorum maintains he will be the republican nominee arguing that romney is too similar to the man republicans are trying to replace. >> the more i look at the record of governor romney and match it up against
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